i probably committed a crime. [laughter] but the next one was just recently, a i few months ago when -- a few months ago when my son, again, had a problem, went to the hospital. when he got out, he was opening a cab door, i was with him, and a woman was sitting in the cab, and she dropped her bottle of wine and it broke, and my son immediately said, oh, let me pay for it, i apologize. but a man came around and started to punch my son. and here i am, this 75-year-old guy, and i reared back, and i punched him in the jaw, knocked his glasses off, and he ran away. and probably that was assault. not with a deadly weapon, but assault, and i'd do it again in a minute. anybody attacks my children, my loved ones, no matter how old i am, i'm going to respond. hey, i grew up in brooklyn, we were street kids. we learned how to fight back. >> what has been the strangest or perhaps the single funniest moment you've had in court?